News from publishers and agents today comes from England, Norway, Italy, Germany, and Finland–where Max Seeck rules in rights sales.
Like the 2022 São Paulo International Book Fair itself, its rights-trading professional program this year returns to a fully physical format.
The IPA and Dubai Cares Africa Publishing Innovation Fund names its new grants and outlines coming engagement in accessible publishing.
Ruth Ozeki, based in Massachusetts, wins the Women’s Prize for Fiction for her fourth novel, ‘The Book of Form and Emptiness.’
As many as 450 Spanish works may be published in translation by the October 19 to 23 run of Frankfurter Buchmesse this year.
Two Ukrainians are part of the Federation of European Publishers’ Young Publishing Professionals program staged in association with Aldus Up.
The European and International Booksellers Federation’s report sees growth trends of between 5 and 15 percent.
The late start to primary and secondary schools in parts of China meant fewer class reading lists than usual influencing the charts.
The publishing house, Lwin Oo Sarpay, was shuttered by Myanmar’s junta reportedly for distributing a book on the Rohingya genocide.
Frankfurter Buchmesse reports that Hall 3 is almost sold out. This year, Frankfurt Audio and BookFest return, 4,000+ exhibitors expected.